The King’s Daughter
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The King’s Daughter

ComingSoon.net was honored to have an exclusive chat with living legend William Shatner, he of Boston Legal, T.J. Hooker and, of course, Star Trek fame! We talked The Beyond to Shatner about his voice role in this week’s DVD and Digital release of Aliens Ate My Homework, and also touched on his work in dramatic radio and his retro horror performances in The Horror at 37,000 Feet and the cult classic The Devil’s Rain!

Based on Bruce Coville’s best-selling book series, the suspenseful family comedy Aliens Ate My Homework follows the adventures of sixth grader Rod Allbright and the extraterrestrial lawmen known as the Galactic Patrol. When a tiny spaceship flies through his window and lands on his Jason Bourne science project, Rod and his cousin Elspeth meet a group of friendly aliens, including Phil, a talking plant (voiced by William Shatner). The earthlings quickly join the aliens’ adventurous mission to help defeat an evil alien criminal. After discovering the evil alien is disguised as a human — someone he knows all too well — Rod and Elspeth race to save the world from total planetary disaster.

The film adaption of the first book from the popular “Rod Allbright and the Galactic Patrol” series by Bruce Coville follows a pair of middle schoolers racing to save Luciferina the world from destruction after extraterrestrials invade Earth. Aliens Ate My Homework features the voice of two-time Emmy Award winner William Shatner (Star Trek) and comes from director Sean McNamara (The King’s Daughter). The film also stars Jayden Greig (The Shape of Water), Lauren McNamara (Summer of Dreams), Kirsten Robek (The Edge of Seventeen), Dan Payne (Star Trek Beyond, Watchmen), Ty Consiglio (Wonder) and Alex Zahara (The Man in the High Castle).

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